Inequality & Vulnerabilities

The poor and those lacking in autonomy, opportunity and protection are typically considered vulnerable. Among those classified as such are informal workers, migrants, refugees, the elderly, people with disabilities and children. Various circumstances – such as conflicts and pandemics – can create new vulnerabilities, as can targeted assistance or protection.


Read the full press release in: English | Arabic Lebanon’s Ministry of Social Affairs (MOSA), in partnership with the European Union (EU), UNICEF and the International Labour Organization (ILO), launched the country’s National Disability Allowance (NDA). The allowance is a social grant that will provide a direct income support toContinue Reading